The quietest and most efficient air handler you can buy*
Comfortable at any speed
Compatible with the iComfort® S30 thermostat
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Year after year, leading institutions choose to award Lennox for its innovative initiatives in product design which helps homeowners define what perfect air means to them. Below you’ll find a recognition this product has received.
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CBA38MV Air Handler
October 01, 2023
September 30, 2023
New Lennox AC system is a WOW
September 28, 2023
This new system is amazing, very efficient, quiet and economical. Bonus is the humidity is kept in balance and it makes such a big comfort difference.
Yes, I recommend this product.
Age: Over 65`
Reason for Replacement: Used home purchase
Glossary of terms
- Air Handler
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An air handler, or air handling unit, is the indoor part of an air conditioner or heat pump that moves cooled or heated air throughout the ductwork of your home. It is usually a large metal box containing important elements of an HVAC system that controls airflow and filtration. Lennox® air handlers are among the most efficient and quietest you can buy.
- An iComfort®–enabled product is one that is designed to work with an iComfort® programmable thermostat as part of an advanced home comfort system. When you choose a heating, cooling or humidity control product that’s iComfort-enabled, you’re ensuring a higher level of home comfort and control.Learn More
- Variable Speed Motor
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A motor that operates at a wide range of speeds to precisely control the distribution of heated and cooled air throughout the home.
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- * Based on sound pressure levels during operation of Lennox’s CBA38MV-036 with factory-installed filter compared against 3-ton units of the leading competitors representing the majority of the total air handlers of like class sales volume in North America at equivalent external static pressure when set up per Section 4.5.3 of AHRI’s 260-2001 test standard. Efficiency ratings (CFM/Watt) established per test standard: ANSI/AHRI 210/240-2008.